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The trip from Kingfisher County took five hours by car, across Oklahoma and down the Texas panhandle. A basketball star in high school, Kaye Garms had heard about a Baptist college near Lubbock that had a women's team. She and another player wanted to try out.. . . Read More
Why the Seattle Storm are the front-runners for the final WNBA playoff berth
Nothing has come easy for Seattle this season, but if the Storm win at least one of their final two games, they're in the playoffs as the No. 8 seed.. . . Read More
Liberty guard Shoni Schimmel has missed the first few days of training camp and isn't expected with the team any time soon. Shoni has decided to take some time off,'' New York Liberty coach Bill Laimbeer said.. . . Read More
On April 2, the 2017 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class was announced. Among the inductees were basketball luminaries like Tracy McGrady and Rebecca Lobo, and lesser-known figures like Robert Hughes, the all-time winningest high school boys basketball coach. Failing to make the cut wer. . . Read More
There is a lot of talent filtering throughout D1 women’s basketball, for that, there is no doubt. A number of athletes are wrapping up or have completed their college careers in the national tournament and WNIT, or for many, not even in those events. Now, most will embark on careers of all kinds . . . Read More
When a female basketball player graduates from college and isn’t drafted into the WNBA, she is often faced with a difficult decision: Do I play overseas or do I give up on a professional career altogether? For some women, playing overseas may not be the best option. Playing in a foreign country can. . . Read More
The history and memories of the famous All-American Red Heads is now preserved in the written pages of the book "Barnstorming America" that also features the likes of a pair of sisters that graduated from high school in Cairo and a woman who now makes her home in Macon, who all were Red Heads playe. . . Read More
Sheryl Swoopes headlines the 12 finalists for the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. The group, which was unveiled Monday, also includes former UConn star Kara Wolters and former WNBA and ABL standout Crystal Robinson. Coaches Joan Bonvicini and Rick Insell were also nominated. . . Read More



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